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Borland Turbo C++ 3,0 & Network programming

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Hello, Im just hobbying with Borland Turbo C++ (The good old MSDOS days) and im looking for a sockets library/source for network programming. Have been googling for it for a while but cant find anything that does the job. Does anyone know where to get a library or source for this? Thanks!
Pascal vd Heiden
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Ok hehe, I figured I need a Packet Driver in MSDOS for your netcard (like a normal driver in windows) which is pretty gayness since I can only find Packet Drivers for old cards.

Is there any way I can use windows sockets in borland turbo c++, even though its an MSDOS-based application?



Pascal vd Heiden
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Just a quick question, why are you using such an old compiler? You can get free implementations of 32 bit compilers, such as Dev-C++, Borland C++ Builder 5.5 (no ide). That way you can take advantage of windows technologies, while still making console applictaions. (That run under windows, of course).

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